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to be a tight one. incumbent patricia jessamy is facing gregg berrstein. megan is joining us where gregg bernstein is expecting to be later on. >> reporter: greg bette geeinn is the underdog but recenty he has come along winning big endorsemenns. this morning at 7:00 bernstein will be in here making his way across the grant street elementary school greeting voters here as the polls open. the high-profile defense attorney came out of nowhere giving jessamy the toughest battle she has encountered yet. jessamy was appointed to the city state justice position. voters returned her to office three times after that. this time she got an endorsement from the baptist minister's conference. and in final hour, jessamy and bernstein made their final campaignnpitches. >> the violent crime has declined by 59%. >> although mrs. jessamy is a nice person, the office has stag stagnated. >> throughout the state they're questionnng about jessamy has done enougg to keep criminals of the streets and others questioning if bernstein can do any bettee. it's an answer that voters will answer as they cast their
harris murder good look at theethree suspects that dark night. >> as crime reporter joy llpoll3 tells us, one juror is not fully convinced. >> reporter: a managerrat the new haven lounge testified he didn'ttknow if they werr the ones who killed harris and robbed the new haven lounge back in september of 2008. one defense attorney called that testimony powerful. but is it enough to avoid a guilty verdict? prosecutors maintain surveillance video cappured tte their base but they are truly banking on dna evidence. it's evidence defense attorneys have fought extremely hhrd to keep outtbut have been unsuccessful. escorteddby police, the state's witnesses today remained silent. as for the jurors. >> i think theyyare aal deeply interested in the case because we were all deeply hurt of mr. harris was killed. >> reporter: now wwth that said some jurors appeared to be dozing off during testimony this defense attorney who you just heard from says he just hopes they are awake and alert of they return a not guilty verdict. the state has yet to delve iito any dna evidence. joy lepola, fox 45 news at >>
meteorologist steve fertig is here with us. >> i'm not going anywhere. >> you're nottgoing anywhere, you are here for the next two days. %-weekend.hoping to have a great might as well get the rain now. we need it badly. we are nottgging to get a whole lot. take a look at the temperature as you head out this morning,3 while it's dry, 66 degrees, certainly not too baddfor a ttmperature in baltimore. and ww look at the ky hd radar and right now increasing clouds ahead of what we hope to be, showers moving through. i say that because the frontal direction may be weakening as it comes our way and may be drying out a little bit. in the day and especialll laterr in the evening and we re back iito the nice weather for the weekend. the timing will be nice if we can get rain first. a chance of rain for the afternoon is evening. a great evening, and ww are keeping our eyes peeledd n the troppcal system karl, igo rorksd julia. i will telllyou about that. right now laaree cooke is here with the commute. >> reporter: thank you, steve. if you're traveling through the fort mac mchenry tunnel, no trou
us. in comes a chance of ú%inshowers, and a lot of it staying orth. high pressure builds in. upper 70s through low 80s through tuesdaa. possible showers late tomorrow into friday early. we'reekeeping an eye on the tive tropics and iior, julia and karl as they makeetheir way across what is happening on the roadways this morningg here is lauren cooke ith a traffic dge check out. ú%eck, check, i guess i would say, lauren. >> reporter:: yeah, steve, we dd have problems on 95 if youu3 are using that to get into the citt. watch out for a disabled trash truck. and here is of a live look at the key bridge where we're dealing with an acccdeet along the innnr loop. it's leading to quite a bit of loop, though, through theuter parkville areaa no problems to report from 95 to 88, you're look at an 11-minute rideewith ú% average speed of 54 miles per -our. %--rom 795 to 95, that driie wil take you 11 minutes with an average speed of 54 miles per hour. no problems o report on 95, ffom whitemarsh boulevard to the beltway you're looking at a high of 55 for the aveeage speed of 55 miles per hou
differences behind us, and i reach out to everyone, and in baltimore county, to heal our3 division, join together, because once again, i believe we will be democrats united. >> kevin kamenetz willlface former republican state delegateken holts in the general election. >> for the candidates it was frustrating marred by slow returns. election officials say it was huuan error. after polls closed, some workers locked them. and forgot to tally the votes inside. the issue was remedyed this morning. >> there was surprrsingly low voter turnout tt tuesday's primaries.. in baltimore city, 22 percent of voters headed to the polls..3 state wide turnouttwas over 27 percent. that's below the 30 percent sttte elections officials were projecting. >> just didn't. no real reason. >> i waa a little disappointed because i didn't see aa many as i saw back in 2008. ú% people were being lazy, don't want to get oft couch. don't want to do nothing. >> i went because a lot oo things need to be changed. >> and that brings us to the question of the day. why o you think there was such low voter turnoutt cher write
seen that leveling off is alot better is encouraging for us." we caught up to mike nichols, bp of operations education and economics for the national business avaition association. surrounded by plush jets ready to be fired up, nichols describes how the private aviation industry follows the ups and downs of the economy. one of the biggest downers was when executives from the big three automakers took their private jets and landed on capital hill asking for a $25 billion dollar bailout. "the image of those three coming to washington was harmful for the industry and left a negative and false impression in the minds of policy makers and the minds of the media." in the execs defense, nichols contends they may have been doing business on board. and, since that infamous dc trip, the nbaa is on damage control promoting a no plane, no gain strate which he says points out "private aircrafts help create 150 billion dollars in economic development, support 1.2 million dollars in high wage jobs, improve company productivity, gain access to medium and small regions that don't have major air
to fail situation. so hopefully taxpayer money would never be used again to save these big banks. and angie, you're going to take a closer look at the jobs coming up. in the meantime, traders are also watching for a big market reaction to that report out before the opening bell. now for more on the oil platform that caught on fire in the gulf of mexico yesterday. texas company mariner-energy owns and operates the platform which is designed to pump oil from an underground well located 100 miles south of vermillion bay, louisiana and 200 miles west of bp's broken well. the company said 13 crew members were rescued. this week, the company's oil platform was producing 9 million cubic feet of natural gas and 14 hundred barrels of oil each day. these are pictures from mariner-energy's website of its oil platforms. it says it's among the largest independent oil and gas companies operating in the gulf of mexico. this one day chart of mariner energy stock shows the price fell sharply in the middle of the day on thursday, then recovered most of the loss closing down more than 2%. this seco
stay with us for the very latest. live from miichell courthouse, i'm megan gilliland. ffx 45 morning news. >>> investigators innhoward countt believe a domestic dispute led to a possible murder-suicide in ellicott set. regional van grrde so the to deaah on saturday night. the unmarrieddcouple lived with ttree young children who wereeat home at the time of the shooting. >> interviewing young children and having ttem be witnesses to a ccrme is veryydisturbing. >> nvestigaaors are waiting for exact cause of deatt. >>> the first man convicted under maryland's gang law is granted a new trial after allegations of jury misconduct. a city judged declared a ú%strial in the case of jew wan marshal. marshal as facinn life in prison plus an additional 20 yearssfor his gang ties. now his condition has been vac 8eache vacated after a judge heard that a jury lookee up marshal's record onnine. >>> paul palmer was being transported to central booking on friday whee he managed to get ouu of plasticchandcuffs and run off. investigators believe that he fled the city and maybe headed to waahington or
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